bride-groom
May 06, 2015

“Dennis Vineyards was such a beautiful setting for Morgan & John’s wedding. Their Sunday event was amazing, from the ceremony under large trees, beautiful decor, and the cutest wedding brunch you’ve ever seen. We loved how they incorporated their Christian faith into their ceremony including special moments as well as the entire ceremony taking place in front of a large cross. Blue and gold details were seen all throughout their reception and if the simple flower centerpieces don’t wow you, their sweet and lovely cake will!” – Just A Dream Photography

Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Pretty pink and white wedding flowers
Wedding day makeup
Bride getting ready in her robe
Wedding Dress and Grand Exit Dress
Sparkly silver wedding shoes
Wedding ring shot
Beautiful pink and white wedding bouquet
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Navy blue, pink and white
Lovely navy blue bridesmaids dresses
Welcome to our wedding sign
Groomsmen
American flag groomsmen socks
First
No seating plan sign. Love!
Father and daughter walking down the aisle
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
You may now kiss the bride
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Wedding directional sign
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
Wedding Cornhole
Wishing Tree guest book
Old window picture display
Darling
Darling
Mr & Mrs sweetheart table
Beautiful, DIY vineyard wedding
I have found the one whom my soul loves
Ombre wedding cake with gold details
Custom wedding napkins
Wedding cake and glitter servers
Cutting the cake
Darling
Darling

What is your favorite wedding day memory?

My favorite memory was our “first touch” where John read our daily devotional and we exchanged letters. It was so exciting to hear his voice and hold his hand knowing that in just a little while we would be married!

What did you DIY for your wedding?

My Mom had so many DIY ideas for the wedding that we got to do! My favorite was our place card holders. My Mom ordered wine corks and we shaved off the bottom so they wouldn’t roll away and made a slit for the paper to go into. It fit so well since we were getting married at a vineyard! We made a banner for the gift table out of all types of beautiful ribbon. Our centerpieces were mason jars that were painted blush pink at the bottom to hold the flowers and the gold floating candles. Instead of using an actual florist we got flowers from a local Farmer’s Market and my family arranged them for the centerpieces, they turned out beautiful. We wanted to do something different for a guest book so we made a “wishing tree”. We found branches in the woods and spray painted them gold and stuck them in a large mason jar with rocks to hold them down. Then our guests wrote on pieces of paper that had strings attached that then hung on the tree. My father-in-law made our invitations and programs and they turned out so beautifully.

Any advice for brides currently in the planning process?

Have fun! We had intended to wait a year and a half to get married since the planning process can take time but after a few months we decided that it was too long and we moved it up! It was so fun to let go of what we thought it had to be and make it a day that was exactly what we wanted. – Morgan, the bride

Event Credits

Photography: Just A Dream Photography // Venue: A Place In The Vineyard // Catering: The Buttercup Cafe & Catering // DJ: Split Second Sound // Engagement ring: Diamonds Direct // Dress: Bridal Mart // Bridesmaid dresses: David's Bridal // Men's attire: Men's Wearhouse


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